Live at Jackson Station: Music, Community, and Tragedy in a Southern Blues Bar is available from McCaslan's Bookstore in Greenwood, SC, USC Press, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Wal-Mart, W.H. Smith, Powells, and everywhere else books are sold.
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Inside Jackson Station Podcast Now Live!!!
Would you like to learn more about Jackson Station? Check out Season One of my podcast "Inside Jackson Station," (produced by Palmer Media) where we feature interviews with the musicians and artists that played at the club. The first five episodes feature conversations with Bob Margolin, Glenn Phillips, the Sensible Pumps, Jeff Calder (of the Swimming Pool Qs), and the Rev. Billy C. Wirtz. Available anywhere podcasts are found, or stream directly from the site. See the trailer, here.
To listen to my April 30, 2021 interview on Walter Edgar's Journal, click here.
To listen to my April 2, 2021, interview with Curtis Rogers of the South Carolina State Library, click here.
To listen to my February 22, 2021 interview on Trending in Education with Mike Palmer click here.
I will making a live presentation about Live at Jackson Station for the Trending in Education podcast at SXSW EDU in Austin, Texas, on March 7, 2022. For more information, click here.
To watch my interview on the Dennis Ball Show (1/21/21), click here.
To check out a Spotify Playlist in honor or Jackson Station, click here.
To listen to my January 6, 2021, interview with Morris Ardoin on the New Books Network, click here.
Daniel M. Harrison
Professor of Sociology
320 Stanley Ave.
Greenwood, SC 29649
A comment on Southern culture for #RaiseUp / University Press Week is available here.
"Sociology at the End of History: Profession, Vocation, and Critical Practice," was recently published in Current Perspectives in Social Theory (Vol. 36, 133-155). Download it here.
"Twenty Years in a Culture of Fear," recently published in Contexts, is available here.